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The IRAC Extragalactic Journal Club is an informal group that has been meeting since January 2004 (the onset of the nominal operations phase for Spitzer) to discuss recent articles pertaining to extragalactic infrared astronomy, particularly those that are relevant to the science programs being carried out by the IRAC science team here at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Meetings are usually held in the ISC at 160 Concord Ave. To receive Journal Club announcements, send an e-mail to Matthew Ashby.
This page shows the 2005 meeting schedule.
|2005 Feb 15||J. Huang||
Spectroscopic Redshifts to z>2 for Optically Obscured Sources
Discovered with the Spitzer Space Telescope
by Houck et al, 2005.
|2005 March 8||G. Melnick||
The Cosmic Inflation Probe
A presentation given to the NASA Roadmap Committee at the San Diego AAS in January
|2005 March 29||G. Fazio||
The Detection of Hot Jupiters using Spitzer/IRAC+MIPS
CfA Press Release |
NASA Press Release
astro-ph | PDF
Nature manuscript | astro-ph
Burrows et al 2005:
astro-ph | PDF
|2005 April 19||Full group||Long Range Planning Meeting, part I|
|2005 April 26||J. Rosenberg||
Spitzer Imaging of i'-drop Galaxies: Old Stars at z~6,
by Eyles et al. astro-ph/0502385
|2005 May 10||Full group||Long Range Planning Meeting, part II|
|2005 May 24||Full group||Long Range Planning Meeting, part III|
|2005 June 21||S. Higdon (Cornell)||
A demonstration of IRS data reduction techniques
given by an expert and a member of the IRS instrument team.
|2005 September 13||M. Ashby||
Spitzer view on the evolution of star-forming galaxies from z=0 to z~3
by Pablo G. Perez-Gonzalez et al, 2005.
|2005 October 4||P. Barmby||
Infrared luminosity functions from the Chandra Deep Field South : the Spitzer view on the history of
dusty star formation at 0
|2005 November 22||
Infrared Diagnostics of Galaxy Evolution
||(a Conference review)|
|2005 December 13||D. Erb||
Spitzer Observations of Massive Red Galaxies at High Redshift,
by C. Papovich et al